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8 Science and Peace
Pages 59-64

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From page 59...
... ; conversely, climate change and other environmental changes implicit or explicit in the other SDGs affect conflict and social upheaval. Many crises have roots in economic and power inequalities, overexploitation of natural resources and people, and the struggle to control access to resources (e.g., fossil fuels, water, rare metals, land)
From page 60...
... Having a global framework helps to prioritize collecting, unpacking, and analyzing data. The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute is hosting a consortium of data programs to use the best data on conflict to track violent deaths, in collaboration with several partners, and to demonstrate how to combine datasets from multiple sources (Lilja, 2022)
From page 61...
... Several strong practices to promote data collection and reporting across coun tries were highlighted during the workshop: • In Guatemala, adoption of a multistakeholder approach to the development of the Voluntary National Review led to an increase in data availability, buy in, and coordination. • In the United Kingdom, the National Statistics Office created an open na tional reporting platform for the SDGs that is free to use and customize by other countries.
From page 62...
... . KEY RESEARCH PRIORITIES FOR SCIENCE AND PEACE The committee proposes the following key priorities for research to operationalize sustainable development in the area of science and peace: • Strengthen SDG data hubs, partnerships, and data for SDG monitoring and enforcement relating to science and peace and other relevant issues.
From page 63...
... . • The scientific community could promote positive examples for support ing Ukrainian scientists, and additional efforts and funds are needed to support science, engineering, and medical professionals in other nations including Afghanistan, Myanmar, South Sudan, Syria, Venezuela, Mexico, and Nicaragua (

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